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Books printed for Benj. Motte, at the Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleet-Street.

Hudibras, in Three Parts in Twelves.

A Treatise of the Mechanical Powers, wherein the Laws of Motion, and the Properties of those Powers are explain'd and demonstrated in an easy and familiar Method. Being the Substance of certain Discourses deliver'd at the Geometry Lecture at Gresham College. By Andrew Motte.

The Dispensatory of the Royal College of Physicians in London: With some Notes relating to the manner of Composition, and Remarks on the Changes made in most of the officinal Medicines, from their first Prescribers, down to the present Practice. By John Luincy, M. D. The Second Edition.

The Frauds of the Romish Monks and Priests, in Two Volumes in Twelves.

A new Theory of the Earth, from its Original to the Consummation of all Things. Wherein the Creation of the World in Six Days, the Universal Deluge, and the general Conflagration, as laid down in the Holy Scriptures, are shown to be perfectly agreeable to Reason and Philosophy. With a large Introductory Discourse concerning the genuine Nature, Stile and Extent of the Mosaic Creation. The Third Edition, with great Additions. Improvements, and Corrections. By William Whiston, A. M. late Professor of Mathematicks in the University of Cambridge.